Very beautiful photographs and colorful. Thank you very much and looking forward for more photos, just from the beginning issues. God bless you all for your noble activity. With love and consideration, your sincerely, Pop Claudiu from Cluj - Romania.
Birds of Bharatpur
Photograph by Sreekumar Krishnan, #India #NatGeo
The bird that is the primary focus of this image looks strange to me. The way the light is hitting only that bird makes me think that the photographer dodged the bird and burned everything around it in Photoshop to make it pop.
Just perfect; sharp and clear; alive; in a way that encourages one's desire to live, to be a part of life in the picture.
Simply beautiful! Moment so well captured. The glow on the flying bird makes the picture so complete.
Hey Sreekumar, what a beautiful shot. I love the defused background that comes to a pinpoint focus that is really wonderful to look at. A much appreciated bird study from so far away in Bharatpur,India.
This time is to return back for migratory birds in Ghana Bird sanctuary.THEY COME HERE IN WINTERSTO FEED N BREEDING FLY BACK AS WINTER CLOSES.
@pop claudiu Thanks, very kind of you. I hope yoou will like also the future photos. Ciao
@Md Ashfaque Thanks so much, very kind of you.
@Drkamal Mohanani Thanks very much, that's a great appreciation.
@Arie de Bakker I'm looking forward to seeing yr pictures!!. Thanks and ciao.
@bonnie cruickshank Thank you, if you give me yr e-mail or facebook address we could share some post and photos, what do you say?
@Susan Hrdlicka Thanks, i love this compliment!!!
@kaman basra Thank you Kaman, ciao
Hi Shane, it will seem like that where one can use a focus light using Photoshop. But in actuality this is exactly how the picture is. If you notice the crane on the extreme left has similar lighting and the area from there to the bird flying is lit similarly.There has been no burning except for underexposing the image to make the relevance. No use of Photoshop in this. I was lucky since the Light was playing in the swamp and I had a canopy of trees on my left for the light to shine in this way. Just lucky thats all :)
@Sreekumar Krishnan Thanks for explaining. I truly appreciate photos that are minimally edited. Great shot.